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The Autism Show Manchester

As part of the Autism in Schools project in Manchester, we want parents and carers of neurodivergent children and young people to learn more about autism, meet other parents and carers, and be better able to support the needs of their family. We thus

The Autism Show Manchester

As part of the Autism in Schools project in Manchester, we want parents and carers of neurodivergent children and young people to learn more about autism, meet other parents and carers, and be better able to support the needs of their family. We thus invite

No Labels Here: A Day-to-Day Guide for Parenting Children with Neurodiverse Needs

The book's author, Eve Bent Fellow parent-carer, Eve Marie Bent, recently sent us this article that she wrote, introducing her book, "No Labels Here: A Day-to-Day Guide for Parenting Children with Neurodiverse Needs". She will be hosting a book launch event at

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Autism in Schools and Co-production

It's been a month since this year's National Co-production Week so we thought we'd take this opportunity to finally publish the well-articulated blog that Julie Hicklin, Manchester's SEND Lead, wrote about the Autism in Schools project. (Apologies for the delay!) Here it goes: Autism

Autism in Schools ‘Marketplace’ and Workshops

This event is now open to all parents and carers of neurodivergent children or young who live in the city of Manchester or go to a Manchester-based school. :) This event is for parents/carers of autistic children and young people - and the

“Understanding Autism” Workshop for Parents/Carers

"Understanding Autism" is the introductory module for the series of training sessions that are being developed as part of the Autism in Schools (AiS) project in Greater Manchester. This workshop aims to help parents/carers of autistic children and young people to learn more about

HAVEN Parent Workshop

HAVEN stands for "Hearing Accepting Valuing Every Neurotype" and is the result of a collaboration between various teams in the Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT), One Education, and the University of Manchester. It is first going to be delivered via the Autism in

“Creative Take Aways” for Neurodivergent Young People

We have recently been contacted by Starling, a charity that uses creativity and the arts to amplify the lived experience of neurodivergent young people, to bring good news about their "Creative Take Aways" project. The project, which makes free Creative Wellbeing Packs and access to